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    With Nigel Havers, Anthony Head, Lindsey Coulson. This English sitcom is about Terry, Gary, James and Patrick, four Londoners who remained best friends and confidants ...

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    Terry Molloy/Marlon Brando in On the Waterfront (1954) "I coulda had class. ... Nigel Tufnel/Christopher Guest in This Is Spinal Tap (1984) "These go to 11."

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  • Nigel Terry - Wikipedia

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    Nigel Terry (15 August 1945 – 30 April 2015) was an English stage and film actor probably best known by film audiences for his portrayal of King Arthur ...

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    Nigel Terry, Actor: Excalibur. British actor Nigel Terry primarily dedicated himself to the classical stage. When he extended himself into film and TV outings, it was ...

  • Nigel Terry obituary | Stage | The Guardian

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    Every now and then, a strange and mystical being wanders through the British theatre, and Nigel Terry, who has died of emphysema aged 69, was a prime example.

  • Nigel Terry, ‘Excalibur' actor, dead at 69: report - NY ...

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    The British actor Nigel Terry has reportedly died aged 69. The theater, TV and movie veteran died from emphysema on Thursday, The Guardian reported. Terry, who may be ...

  • Nigel Terry - Biography - IMDb

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    British actor Nigel Terry primarily dedicated himself to the classical stage. When he extended himself into film and TV outings, it was mostly for historical or ...

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